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College Baseball Poll - Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: Monday (Feb. 10, 2003)

TEXAS NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL NEWSPAPER (www.baseballnews.com) POLL

TUCSON, Ariz. — The University of Texas (5-1) has been ranked No. 1 for the third straight time in Collegiate Baseball newspaper's NCAA Division I baseball poll.

The defending national champion Longhorns, which were ranked No. 1 in the Collegiate Baseball pre-season poll, have now been ranked at the top in the first two regular-season polls of the season. Texas has outscored opponents 52-23 in its first six games as the Longhorns have averaged 8.6 runs per game.

Poll Notes: Three teams continue to be red-hot. Cal. St. Fullerton (6-0) is off to the best start in school history and have now swept 3-game series against Stanford and Fresno St. to kick off the season. Arizona State has rolled to a 14-1 record with its only setback being to Long Beach St. Florida Atlantic has raced to a 5-0 record with five straight wins over Bethune-Cookman. Of the top 30 teams this week, 15 have yet to start their season.

The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll is the oldest college baseball poll. Its birth took place during the 1957 college baseball season.

(Top 30 Agate Follows)

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's

NCAA Div. I Poll (As of Feb. 10, 2003)

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Rank School (Record) Points Previous
  1. Texas (5-1) 494   1
  2. Florida St. (5-1) 493   2
  3. Cal. St. Fullerton (6-0) 490   7
  4. Rice (0-0) 489   4
  5. Georgia Tech. (0-0) 485   5
  6. Louisiana St. (3-0) 484   6
  7. Arizona St. (14-1) 480   9
  8. South Carolina (2-1) 477   8
  9. Long Beach St. (3-3) 474 13
10. Southern California (2-2) 473   3
11. Mississippi St. (0-0) 468 11
12. Stanford (3-5) 462 12
13. Houston (1-2) 460 10
14. Miami, Fla. (3-1) 458 14
15. Wake Forest (0-0) 457 15
16. Richmond (0-0) 456 16
17. Baylor (2-2) 450 17
18. Clemson (0-0) 449 18
19. Notre Dame (0-0) 447 19
20. South Alabama (0-0) 445 20
21. Florida Atlantic (5-0) 444 21
22. Nebraska (0-0) 438 22
23. Tulane (3-0) 437 23
24. S.W. Missouri St. (0-0) 432 24
25. Florida International (6-1) 426 28
26. Central Florida (0-1) 424 25
27. Oklahoma (0-0) 423 26
28. James Madison (0-0) 419 27
29. Ohio St. (0-0) 416 29
30. Wichita St. (0-0) 411 30

 

"LOUISVILLE SLUGGER'S" NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

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RHP Wes Littleton, Cal. St. Fullerton: Littleton turned in one of the most dominant performances ever by a Titan in a 12-0 shutout of Fresno State. He hurled a 75-pitch complete game, faced the minimum number of batters in the nine-inning game (27) and allowed just one hit in the fourth inning. The only other baserunner came on a first-inning walk to Chris Patrick. Littleton, who struck out seven, retired the last 17 batters.

bullet2B Jason Catlin, St. Andrews Presbyterian: Catlin had a monster week as he cracked 3 homers, 3 doubles, knocked in 10 runs and scored 8 runs over five games as he went 13-for-22 at the plate (.591). His slugging percentage for the week was 1.136 with an on-base percentage of .625. He also stole one base.
 

 

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